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Enceladus - a miniature, active ice-world

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Sedgwick Club Conference 2015

Enceladus is a moon of Saturn about the size of the UK. Despite its diminutive stature, it is geologically active, with geysers jetting hundreds of km above the surface. I will discuss how we are attempting to understand the internal state and history of this small body.

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